Idiom: Put Your Feet Up

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Put Your Feet Up – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking

Definition:

To sit down and relax, especially with your feet raised and supported.

Example:

“Because my work takes almost all the  time during day, I just want to put my feet up when I get home.”

“After the exam, she makes the most of her evening by creating a cozy atmosphere for herself and just put her feet up.”

“Honestly, reading book is the simple way for my to put my feet up.”

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Idiom: Put Your Feet Up
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